In this highly interactive presentation, participants will:
• Discover new ways to talk and think about money among family members and between generations
• Develop a financial decision-making process that honors each person’s values
• Set clear financial goals that include saving and sharing
• Receive take-home tools to use with other family members, peers, etc.
Nathan Dungan is the founder and president of Share Save Spend®. For over 20 years, he has been an industry thought-leader on helping youth and adults link their money decisions to their values. He is the author of Prodigal Sons & Material Daughters: How Not to Be Your Child's ATM and his new book Money Sanity Solutions: Linking Money and Meaning comes out this fall.
Will you rule Park Place or build an empire on Atlantic Avenue? Show off your financial wizardry in our first-ever Teens (12 and up) vs. Tweens (kids ages 10-12) Monopoly Showdown! No sign up, just drop-in. This program takes place on National Gaming Day!
Photo courtesy of Flickr user mtsofan (Monopoly pieces)